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: : r;;n from Lj'nclilmrg or
m :'.'" stv)8 rcgu!rjy for
for S Jisiiury, High .'oint,
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r -mini; from l ynehlwg or
': v..ni, Htui to luko ou pas-t-
r ' -gular toppin-i places
v i ll: No :n stop.-: to U'i
;;;rrs from regular .stepping
'! , I ami to take on
, . i'or ii'gal.'.r .stopping places,
ami -top at Gomovtl for
to or froii! the C. C. k A.
( Mi.irii t- to A niru-tii and
..a- i "rw.iiu '. ;v.voiiia, Georgia
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:. li ami 12 mo t.o local trains
Sy It. -bury with trains ' of
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ANOTHEK SUM'HOSE CASE,
liicliard Coleman Burned at the Kl.i!;J.Tllc T,T0 and a H:1,t Yr Old Child of 0
J a Kentucky 3Iob-Brutal Crime and Mr. ana Mrs. Geo. Isenlionr Knrni (1 ! 0
Horrible Tengeancc. ! , ,,, IO
Vengeance came to Richard ! m, , , 10
Coleman on Wednesday, the 6th, 1 J'T U
at MavsviHe, Ky., a repetition o Isenliour o No " t'o 1
thoSnm w,. t , . J-niiour ot JSo. . townsh:)iO
al fataUy burned Tuesday '
"U' fa- Coleman was the! evening and- died WednoBdol-! .
trusted negro employe or Mr. ! morning at 4 o'clock. Wo learn i
James Lashbrook. Ho asked ! th- child hadbecu corrected '' K
.irs. Lashbrook to stop into his ad even punished by its mother! ob-Al'lCil llaiCl V enetien C nly IOC. 3Td.
"bill 'in (1 . v 1 i t fV lll'Minir.. J-w-. -.1. - K - . i
O Fancy Plaid Dress Goods only 7-c. yd-
mother vrent to tiio Van aiiu!
' i f . - - - V r,
No Circumstance Can a Hculitj
. - i i':i!.ty th?tt we make .strictly
u. .'v jk: -.re or small 'ize, as
, oiJy rj-.ie. V!iy buy
iirM iit'cai:-, it i.s ao!veTti?e(l
bareiiiist.' a.' ir;stru:nf.nt that
i-'iiin tb estimation of your
i the Greatest Musicians nil
vorld. A i'iano witb a pure
iicatt toui'b. e;c. In fact a
lli werv imtTovement tb.t is
; to the wear; and at one price
tlic roc.ob of all, because we
u ti:e IMiodleman's Profit, and it
h saving, too.
i: -tMimenta talen in exebane.
.- commodatmc:. Catalogue for
iiiLT. Some bargains in square
rM: --f 5'inna 5I'n-f;icnro-,
i'LvL1!, ItttliiiiMire .11 1.
li'rloiii M. C
' O ii Li
. WiUmr.otai, Mgr
was in, avi the cow vkmi she.
. mo Lwim uu Llie poreii vvitii f
its clothes hnrniiv!-
rb. uiii'e in tho ud. of II L
Addie Patterson has re-
1 home after spending sev
vs at Spencer.
! disguises Avere worn.
All the day the body lay . on
the coals and ashes, and even the
children gathered grass and
sticks, which they, threw on to
m v i i i keep the lire going.
rom Salisbury, wliere she' Thc wlU doubtless be
,veek. prosecuted and Gov. Bradley has
r, , ! announced that he will offer a
. r mrence Spencer, wno
:i visitinsr at Dr. W -H , ltiU tllu
. has returned to Liles
et'ore she could rescue it the
ilames had been inhaled. The
distressed mother wrapped the
child no in some bedding and
liastom-i to call Iter husband
wno v.'iis some distance away.
On returning she found the
little sufferer had scrambled out
and had gone into its IlLiie bed.
Medical aid could 7:ot save it
from the effects.
It was buried today (Thursday)
at St. Stephens, Ilev. Steffey
conducting the services.
Much sympathy is due to these
d i s t r o t s e d p a r o n t s .
Call to li. 1). C.
We will be glad to have all of
the U D C's present at the home
of Mrs J P Allison Friday after
noon (to morrow ; : J four o'clock
to hear her report, as delegate,
of our meeting held in Richmond
It will be both interesting and
helpful. Other business, of im
portance will also be discussed.
Mrs. D B Coltrane.
Secy U D C.
-bin and see some work hehadilor l)lllyhlS" in the tire. Not
been doing. He then locked the i Piing it would return i in
door and began to execute his s aiill0i to tbo dange.-. the ;
rout purpose. She; screamed and
the usual result followed. He cut
her throat with a razor, and
later beat her head with an axe
till he silenced her groans.
He then washed the blood off
himself, as he thought, and re
ported' to the husband that some
one had killed Mrs. Lashbrook.
This was about two months ago.
"Murder will out," and he was
soon in jail. He was taken to
j Covington for safe keeping. He
linally confessed th whole crime
and only seemed overcome when
he was handcuffed to be taken
back lor trial.
A resistless mob met the
sheriff before the jail and the
wretch was taken to a place ap
pointed. On the way he was
struck with sticks, whips and
stones, till he was half dend
when he was tied to a tree.
Brush, wood and various com
bustible matter were piled
around him and the avenging
husband struck the first match.
Other relatives struck matches
and he was soon roasted. j
Hebegged piteously for spoocjly
death, but no merciful shot was
fired. Female relatives and
friends looked on with approval
and hailed the scene as greater
security for them.
The leaders are known, as no
1 f-l V'i
r tr "mined, worth ! O
BEAVER CAPES, fu:
to close out at 75c
BEAVER CAPES, full sween bnddedard fiu-
trimmed, worth si. 75. Our price sl.L5
CHILDREN'S REEFERS worth LY and
C2.50. Our -price si. 75
W ONE LOT of Black Kersey Capes, tailor made, if" in
seewp braided plaited and plain, worth 5.00 and ;j;.'.u0.
j4 We are going to sell them at $3.50 and 5.00.
AN ATTRACTIVE line of Fur Capes and Crovats from
1.00 to $2.08 Chaper than can bo bought.
I Laaies' Tailor Made Suiti
S5.00 to S6.00.
n 1 n
II H El N
I Jell, formerly Miss
iJonald. of Charlotte,
Wednesday night here!
. vi .1 Freeman's on his
v' v . ! '. 'aaiiotte.
M: . Coleman Wingate, of our
; who has been clerking
- ' y Ritz, has secured a
b ''"n at tiie Racket store until
tiLr linj holidays.
Marriage license wras issued
' ' I; to Mr. Ghas. Cox, who
b --o- .ior.r Mt. Pleasant, and Miss
h .:, r'aggan, daughter of Mr.
J .-.i: '"art of ISO. 8 town-
r 4,- - Wm. Peden, of the J firm
oi 1' rks & Peden whose business
was b'urned out at Albemarle,
sP"iit last night here. He' went
lo Spartanburg this morning to
si"'!i'S a fuw days with his folks.
m J v. W C Alexander and fam
J1V 1 'i- 'rone to Baltimore, wdiere
J's accepted the pastorate of
';:i1 v'an.1 Avenue Presbyterian
liui 'j. This family, as well as
(;' i' regretted to bid fare-
Miss Emma Safrit Dead.
On Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock iliss Em ma Safrit, of No.
G township, daughter of Mr,
Daniel Safrit, deceased, died,
after suffering for several
months. She had consumption.
Miss Safrit was 21 years of age.
The remains were interred
at St. Johns today (Thursday)
after the funeral services were
conducted by Rev. S D Steffey.
Books are now open for sup
scription of Stock in Concord
Perp'dual Building and Loan
Association, 23rd series, first
payment due Saturday, Decem
ber Lmd, 1899. Call on secret" vy
and treasurer at Cabarrus sav
ings Br'nk and subscribe.
Robt. S Young. M. D.
H I Woodiiouse,
Sec'y and Treas.
Full Line of
0 uan save you money.
Cannon & Fetzer .
v". v. m3 J
If you fail to get your milk or
cream ordered or find that you
want more, "phone or send
to Swinlc h ' White's store
rind you will be supplied
tf. Rivera Pairy Co.
Bake Cakes to
order and would be glad to have
a trial order from you. Remem-
for (Jolliers Weekly. ; bor we have iresn oysteis,
's in two volumes j bread, rolls, etc. every day.
i . r 7" !
Worls, 3 volumes,
M.ch subscriber to
Just received a new lot of
Plaids in Somerset and Venitian
cloths. Blue Venitian cloth,
Brown Covert cloth. Small
Plaid wool goods in dress pat
terns. No two alike.
A full line of Ladies' Shoes
in Button and lace.
Pompadour Combs, Empire
combs, Ladies' pocket books.
Come and see us. Wei will do
our best to please you inj.prices
and styles. . .
Gibson & Morrison.
Looking for holi
day gifts don't fail to see out
Is ahssndscme dm able and guc's StOVe Of RanQfe
o & ' will appreciate one of our hand
some and artistic Dmneets.
An elegant line of these oo 1 s.
Thinking of buying a
I CoDcoro MM y
Offers the business public a reliable, per
manent, conservative and accommodat
ing banking instution.
"Wa tmMnii rnnr raf rr.nnn'ft u itll the
W re preparea assurance nf bonorablo treatment and
to give the people this winter i due appi (.ciation of your patronage. '
better bargains than usual in all
Heavy and Fancy M mi jJK
Iwe can serve you any time we will
be glad to have you come and see us.
TO CUSTOMERS - -
- - $70 000.
J. M. Odei L. President.
At wholesale and retail. It will
pay you to see our Large Stock
before buying. For Clover Seed
Seed Rye, andRockSalt go to
Winter is Coming-,
I ALREADY HAVE ON
HAND T7TTEE CARS 01
' ' -"o Coa!
A.nd v o c 'r loads on the way.
UiQi;- y ' . tT iii 4-uxijyor
the i ,r. isn't it? I also hayelon
hand the best of aotracito f o tl.
J. A. C Blackweldcr,
West DM-'t St. at Store. CTTh .neCS.
Joe" Fisher, Proprietor
. - LiiVi-: rT,A-j ni o-u.